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AND CHAIN ! lillllBIIISSIIIHIISSSIIJailllSMSSSSSSSSSaSSSSaWSSSSSSSSS t The Mock Marriage. The trials of the parties concerned in the mock marriage, of which we made mention last Week, were commenced on Tuesday and strung out for several days. Williams, the man who performed the ceremony, was held, over in $o00 to the - Circuit Court. Morgan, the groom, was not satis-fle- d and with Judge Thomson McDonald as a court and swore Squire them off. Squires W. S. Clark and Judge B. E. Gaines, wero summoned and after hearing the case, also held him over in $1,000. Morgan Lane and John Beeler, the parties who helped oh the fun, were tried before Judge Thomson and Squire McDonald and '- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q, MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crnteher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House A WATERBURY WATCH GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. WHY WE DO IT. jiimson hns boon Into, prices in tho last hnvo boon depres-d- , nnd we wont into ho innrket Into with CASH IN HAND, i SSfV fil W KHJ SSRu - m. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people ol Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. Wr" 1 - MASTIN BROS. ZD3E3.XjES I3ST discharged. nnd bought goods at prices tlint wero unknown ix: tho history of tho trnde. Wo have bought ii mammoth stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c nnd wo offer this Watch nnd Chain as rt premium for cash trade. None but Nannie Phillips, the girl who was made the dupe of these men, testified that she knew all the time the marriage vns a sham affair, but nevertheless lived with Morgan as his wife until he was arrested, which was an entirely different story from the one she told when Morgan was first arrestWe are informed that this is not the first time that Morgan has played the same game. It is said that several years ago he induced a young girl residing in Shelby county to elope with him to Lexington, where a mock marriage ceremony was said by his brother, and after living with the girl two or three weeks, deserted her. He has a wife living in Louisville, whom he leaves to make a livelihood for herself and several children, and goes back to live with her whenever it suits his convenience. iw Farming Implements, Field Seeds, lilE CASH BUYERS will got tho Watch. Our prices we gunrnntee are lowor than tho same goods can bo bought m. JKC ABD Old Hickory Wa'gon, T77" u IE3 El ZE3 m Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort. Ky. A.GKE33iT1?S FOR ed. Mcl'ormick's Machines, South Bend Chilled Plow. Erinley, Maltar, Mcikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultivators Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming mar,7-3m- Vlhe Waterbury CrUTCHER & elsewhere. The most of our good3 wero in the house nnd marked in plnin figures beforo we thought of tho WATERBURY, r i and consequently we can not charge you one cent moro for the goods . Gear always on hand. w tWh 9 13 Great injustice'was done Mr. Pickens Tremere in connecting his namo with tliis affair, as he only wrote a statement on a scrap of paper to the effect that the parties were entitled to be married according to the laws of Kentucky, without signing any name to it, in order to get rid of the men, who were all drunk. He knew nothing of them and had never seen some of them before. In a county where criminal prosecu- tions are but mere forms and bought juries common' talk, it is not to be as the wondered at that such hand-bill- s following make their appearance: To tub Citizens ok Frankfort. K. M. I. took place Thursday and were largely attended by ladies and gentlemen from this city and county, as well as neighboring cities. A number of former graduates of the school were among the number. There were eight or ten graduates. We will say for the benefit of those who send us lengthy obituary notices of their departed friends that our space will not admit of their publication, where they exceed one inch in length, unless they are paid for. We cannot and get them in undertake to shape for publication, which i3 necessary in nine cases out of ten, as it requires too much time. BASE "BALL. re-wri- te lot in Belle The following reduced rates of travel Point. Apply at this office or on the have been obtained for all persons who 4t wish to attend the next meeting of the premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. State Teachers' Association in LexingThe commencement exercises at the ton July 2d, 3d For Sale House and Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. STAB! and 4th. L. & N. Road, on all roads. Full fare going and one third fare returning home Must have certificate of agent that full fare paid going. No limit as to going or returning. C. & O &.S. W Same condition as above except return ticket sold on President's certificate and limited to 5th and Gth July on return, no limit in going. Louisville & Evansville Mail Line Boats Same terms as on C. & O & S. W. R. R. In all cases home agent's certificate of full fare paid going must be secured. COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & & CASSELL, MEAGHER Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEALERS IN Pure Blood and Strong Nerves. At 19 years of age I was afllicted with fearful pains in my head, eyes, shoulders and right side, and began to spit blood. I tried quite a number of physicians, whose medicines only brought temporary relief. They called it cold, and after exhausting their treatment, said I was sure to die. Being an orphan, and in poor health all my life, 1 thought death would be a relief. Thus, for twelve years, T suffered. My only solace was in morphine. For two years I never slept day a night without morphine, so intense was my suffering. During the spring of 1881 I was induced to try Swift's Specific. It acted like a charm. to me After using It was a God-sen- d TEUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. i&ss. l&HS. RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully infirm the TO THIS I citizens of t'rankfurt and icinity.tli.it I have opened a first-clas- s IH A casual raeetinjj of some of the best citizens of the city, who are deeply interested in its welfare, and h:ive the protection of life and property, and especially the virtue of defenseless women, at heart, has led to n proposition to organize at once a Vigilance Committee. Murders, rapes, seductions, and mock marriages have become the order of the day. The city is overrun with cx.convicls and desperadoes, escaped criminals and vagrant , The police and the courts are powerless to . remedy these evils. How long this state of affairs shall continue may depend upon the Will of a few goqd men. Let the hands of our officers be strengthened andbad men invited to take a walk. Let the lives of our men and the virtue of our women be protected. The undersigned have secured the consent of a brave, bold, and prudent man to organize and lead you. We will wait- - upon you With invitations to become members, which should be esteemed n high compliment, as a list of only good and true men has been carefully prepared to choose from. If you can't become a member of the Committee give it your moral support. No violation of the law' (except in extreme cases) is contemplated, but it is to vindicate and uphold the law, religion, and good ommittee is proposed. morals that this Let its members feel that this task has been committed to it by you, and that you will stand by them until they abuse the trust. Remember that "the price of liberty is eternal vigilance," and organise promptly. and unlicensed In the meantime mtnisteis had better get out of the way of Respectfully, the procession. Mr. Walter C. Bailey died at tho Col. Ike residence of his son-in-la- Wingate, at Woodlake, in this county, Thursday night. Tho funeral took place at Col Wingate's residence yesterday afternoon and the remains will Itch cured in 80 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases be taken to the old home of the deceasSanitary Lotion. This never fails. mailed free. ed at Lancaster this morning, for in- Sold by Hughes & Chiles, Druggist?, The Swift Specific Co., Frankfort. terment. Drawer 8, Atlanta, via. IE their trip North Sunday' afternoon, a bringing with them McLaughlin, Has opened up the New Year with a full line of first-clapitcher, who was signed at Erie, Pennsylvania, by Manager DRUGGISTS,' SUNDRIES, Franklin. Paints, Oils and Artist Material, On Monday afternoon they met the Springfield nino for tho first time on And is headquarters Tor tools and impression paper for the home grounds, when the game resulted as follows, McLaughlin pitching for the homo team: it that season, I was completely re- Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9- -T. Innings stored. It gave me pure blood, strong 0- -10 1 110 5 0 2 0 Springfield nerves, sound mind and good health. TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 0 0 0 10 0 2 Frankfort years of age and I am now thirty-fiv- e JOS. LeCOMPTE. Tuesday afternoon Wells pitched and am in perfect health as any lady in Atlanta. Ten thousand tongues could the score was as follows: not express my gratitude for finding 1 2 3 15 0 7 8 0- -T. sSEH iijijjj: Innings tliis wonderul medicine. I commend 0 4 2 0 0 13 3 114 Springfield it to suffering humanity. 0 10 Frankfort Adalink Collins, Atlanta, Ga. Tuesday night Manager Franklin Jan. 1, 1884. went to Lexington, signed Reeder, Connelly, Flynn and Crogan, of the Dry Tetter Cured. disbanded Lexington Club, and brought have been afflicted with a disease I them home with him next morning. and have By the addition of these new men the, termed Dry Tetter, hnr tn nrv appliedvnrimis rampflira. imrmoclub was greatly strengthened, and nent good. I saw an advertisement Wednesday's game was much more announcing mat awm's specific had interesting. The ladies wero admitted cured Mi. James Dnnnino- nf T.nnlc. villeKy., of this terrible freo and a much larger crowd was in .procured thirteen bottles at disease. I xsaau nzn zafltsn ! - -- THE m once and g 2 attendance. McLaughlin was again .began its use. At tho end of seven . uai 15 3 U 3jg BEST TONIC: r put in to pitch, with Schildknecht to (months there wiis not, rhn luiwf. aim tetter on my person, nor has there This medicine, combining Iron with puro catch him, and the score was as follows: Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely neenn sympiom 01 us return up to .1 2 8 45078 9 T. Innings Cure ltoibepala. Indltieatlem WeaJcaeMt date. Therefore T hnnrfnllv mxnm. I in pure Blood, Mnlutii,VUllm aa4 Fever 0 0 0 2 15 0 1 823 'Springfield mill NruralriK. Specific to all who are .1 0 081002 012 'mend Swift's Frankfort It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho afflicted with this painful disease. I Ulilneya and liver. As the Frankfort Club was run at a am very thankful that I over heard of It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary Ikes. lossto the management it was thought' Bwurs opecinc. it nas brought health It docs not Injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation ether Iron medMna do. best to disband after the close of tho and happiness to my home. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates 8. W Pkak, Winchester, 111. game which was accordingly done. the appetite, alda the assimilation of food, reFeb. 19, 1885. ss The Frankfort Club returned from JEWEX-BTS- T -- AT- STOREI 208 ST. CLAIlt STREET, Where I -w REPOUSSE WORK ill keep constantly on hand a full line of rJLTOHIES, w m 105 Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to st.iy, nnd will give attfnctiry reference as REPAIRING "fall kinds neatly in responsibility. anil promptly executed, (jive mc a call. ap.22-t- f 1111128 Bs, m IF. B. GEORGE, W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY m m DRY GOODS, tiOTIORS, CRQCKE. ' GLASSWARE - I'cordially invite you to call an, ...tuminemj New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY w Sep3.tr. SAN FKAHCISGO IEA & COFFEE Dealers in all kincts-of COMPANY. Coffee Tee,, Canneo Fruits, Pure Spices And everything in the grocery line at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens themuscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. 4W The genuine has abort trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. kta4 J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. J. J. PETERSON. Mlir MOWR CHMHUl Ch BllliaOMI, Ms, T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK 1 fort In a few days with a full line of samples. Please reserve your orders. ' ' $. v. 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Gcnrjje Darsie, Richard notwithst nding tho lateness of the Uvalira Crnmpton, all Mr Frankfort, Weaver and Bliss as second class mailable matter. ot hour, quite a number went from this DIED, GEORGE A. LEWIS. city on the excursion up the river. In this city on Thursday, June 4th, Jnsstn, infant ia.Tolislier. Ea1.'. i and Rev. George Darsie preaches as usual dauglitcr of'Dr. a d Mrs. G. A. D. Drown morning and evening at FKANKFORT, JUKE G, 1885. the Christian Church, and will leave TO WATER CONSUMERS. Monday for a visit to Ohio and PennLonsviLLE, kv., May 19th, 1885. Mis Stella E.Gobcr, of this city, and sylvania, to be absent two weeks. NEW WATER SERVICE PIPES NOW Mr. P. J. Uorthington, of Cliristisui X being laid In this city, arc in many cases placed sidewalks or county, wore married Tuesday inorn-TnjRev. Harry Bagby, son of Rev G. .it a depth under the surface ofpremises, not ground, both in the streets and private greater (18) inches. Long experience in this at the residence of Mr. L. A. F. Bagby, of this city, who has been thnn eighteencstablUhc THE. LARGEST LINE OF THE LATEST the fact that water latitude has Thomas, lloy George Darsie officiat- attending tiie Baptist Theological pipes laid at a depth of less than three service under ly tcet When laid not ing. The newly wedded pair left on Seminary at Louisville, has received a ground aredepth sale against frost. freeze, burst, at a shallower and they frequently interrupt continuity f the water supply, and the 8:10 train for their future home. call to take charge of a Mission Church necessitate the expenses for repairs tenfold greatei than the first cot of placing the pipe at the proper depth. in that city. For this reason, acting in the interest of both the 'Uncle Billy" Gray Dead. water consumers, and the, water department, notice Dr U. V. Williams had a grip sack is hereby given that water will not be turned on services laid at a shallower depth than three feet against under ground. The people arc also Another old citizen passed suddenly stolen . from his buggy Sunday the trouble store for them, by thecautionedplumbers acts of night containing a tine rocket case of who locate hydrants and other fixtures for drawing out of existence when Mr. W. H Gray violation and defiance breathed his last on Saturday after- instruments. Ho advertised that if it water, in Rule No. 3, on page 3 ofof the Water Company's its Rules and was returned a reward would be paid Regulations FRANKrORT WATER CO. noon. Being stationed at the distillery Uy Sam'i. A. Miller, l'res. Foulards, Pongees, Salines, Emiiroided Suitings, May 30 4t of Mr. J. Swigert Taylor, in Woodford and no questions asked. As a result, county, in the capacity of Government it was set back in his buggy Thursday W&Xtf 3SMCEI0N. Storekeeper, he was seated at a table night. o French Ginghams, French Lawns, Nuns VeUng, Summer Silks L Colors. in the otiiee making out his reports, Personal. CROCKETT, THE WHEREAS JAMES G. and qualified clerk of duly elected and only a few minutes before had rethis Mrs. Chas. Norwood is l.vincr very ill the Franklin County Court, has departed sherifflife. marked to Mr. J. S. Johnson, the suof It is therefore and hereby ordered that the with pneumonia. Franklin county rpen a poll at each and every voting Also white embroided dressses, Persian lawns, India linens, linen lawns perintendent of the distillery: "Stape, Mrs. Dr. John L. Phythian, of New- place in said county, Vn the first Monday in all trimmings to correspond. Just received from an assignee 735 that day being the 3d day of August, :88;, to and old fellow, I feel better than I ever did port, is visiting relatives in this city. till the vacancy 01 clerK 01 the Franklin County jerseys for ladies, misses and children in all sizes and colors which I Dr. John W. Murray, of this city, is Court, caused by the death of the aid James G. in my life." A young man entered Come and Crockett, clerk aforesaid; and said election shall be will sell at such low figures as never was known before. the office about fifteen minutes after visiting friends in Dodge City, Kansas. held and the rrtilrns of the same be held and done, Mrs. Dan Roache and children, of asjn such cases made and provided by law. be convinced. and found that his pen, having drop- Paris, arc visiting relatives in this "Given under my hand this 13d day of May, 1885. R. A. THOMSON, ped from his grasp, was sticking in the city. C. C. Presiding Judge of the to one side Mrs. Win Harmon, of Cincinnati, is floor, his body was inclined and resting against the wall, while life visiting the family of Mr. T F. Hum- lr. punuance of the foregoing writ of election I, J. W Iranklin Gaines, Sheriff was extinct. Ho gave the alarm and phries. R. Y. Berry, of Versailles, is ot August, 1885, of thnt bei county, will, on the 3d day g the first M0nd.1v in Mr. FRANKFORT. KY. the legal to i.pen the employes about the place ran to visitinir his sMor, Mrs. J. M. Saffell, August. 1885, proceedcounty of a1 poll at allSaid poll t ranklin. voting placi s in the liis assistance, but it was found that near this city. be opened and said election held to choose and elect to fill snnie .Rev. W. L. 'wirt disease had suddenly and surely ton, Delaware, McEwan, of Wilming- JamesMiitahle persondeceased the unexpired term ol late clerk of the FrankG. is visiting his pa- lin County Crockett, Court. done its work. The remains were rents in this city. my hand this 33d day of May, 1835. Given under Drought to this city aud his funeral Mi.--s J. W. GAINES, Emma Kavanaugh, who has 5 T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Sheriff of franklin Cvunty, 1 cituens of Frankfort that my wagon is now runtook place from his late residence on been attending school at Shelbyville, ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering Lewis .street Monday afternoon,- and has returned home. Miss Virgie MoEnnis, of Louisville, was largely attended by his old friends has l?UlIi2 BENSON ICE returned to this city, and will reassociates. and to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders side here in future. . A Residence & Building Lot. solicited and promptly attended to. Mrs. Sallie Mehorney, of Lagrange, The deceased came to this city from marai-6.i- l R. II NICOL. Virginia, when a young man, and spent this week with her parents, Mr. 1 OFFER FOR SALE AT A 11ARGAIN MY and on I residence, housethe acorner ol Shelbyone nndCross was clerk at the old "Weisiger House and Mrs. A. B Norwood. the most Mr. Theodore Courtney and wife, of streets.by 1'l.c fept 'Iiswill also desirable lot adjoining, DR. A. C. sell the 2co for several years. He afterwards went Stevens vi lie-- Virginia, are visiting the lot too 100 feet on Shelby street and running back fronting For terms 2co lect Will sell one or both tbgcthcr , into tiie confectionery business on the family of Rev. G. F. Bagby. 149 ELM STREET. apply to me on tin-- premises, vCiV Hill Nannie Marshall, of Anderson tMTfi' 'till S fMVyi Mis H. L. W ATKINS. corner of Main and Ann streets, where may county, is visiting her cousin, Miss OHIO. Mr. Con. McAulifie's house now .stands, Una Marshall, in Belle Point. Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, with Mr lion Cogar, under the firm Dr. E McD. Gober, of Pitts Point, 8TBO0SE & NEWMAN I Catarrh, &c. Hook sent free. 5 name of Cogar & Gray. M". Cogar Bullitt county, attended tho marriage PRACTICALafterwards sold out to Mr. William ot ins sister n tins city Tuesday. Little Miss Travis Kavanaugh, of Clothing Cleaned & Repaired! George, now of Chicago, when the" Shelbyville, is visiting the family of firm became. Gray & George and re Rev H. II. Kavanaugh in this city. ANDT AM PREPARED TO CLEAN, SCOUR AND moved to a store on Main street, where Mrs. Agnes II. McClure left Thurs1 rcpiir clothing of nil kinds at the lowest rates and Mr. of A. G. Alstrom day morning for a visit to her daugh- SANITARY tneestublishment me 011 Main street, ENGINEERS, tm short notice. Call and sec CHAS. C. STOI.L. n jv stands. Mr. George in turn .sold ter. Mrs. y alter' Kelly, in Hopkins-vill- Are located in Frankfort, at the corner, of opposite Capital Hotel. may out to Mr. James M. Todd and the Miss V. Mav Bauiiv. who has been Main mid High streets. Parties desiring work firm of Gray & Todd waf? one of the attending school in Virginia the past in their line will he benefited by calling on it arc before prominent business firms of the city winter, arrived at her home in this them men andhavingall done, as theyown pracindiwork their give tical years, tbeir place of busi- city Wednesday. for sixteen ST., W. J. Chinn, .jr., who will vidual attention. No charge for estimates. T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS store, Mr, 1 third doir from Rodman & lire's dry goods May ness being the store on the corner of graduate from Central University next for the sale or Main and Lewis streets, now occupied week, spent several days with his paFRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE FHELZF, SEX.E25K.TI by Mc33rs. Rodman & Bro. In 18(57 rents in this city this week. ' J? A. O K X , Miss Hattie Utley, who has been The Popular Jeweler, is offering his the firm began to speculate in cotton visiting relatives in Frankfort some and both were bankrupted, together time, started Wednesday morning for lEHSTTIIRylEJ with many other business men of tho St. Lcub, where she will reside. Miss Jennie Montgomery, of Woodcity. AND Mr. Gray then obtained an appoint- ford county, spent Thursday and a V''' n.ra Hi2aM2,"j.lcr.,.j of yesterday in this city, visitWatches, Clocks, Jewelry, J 5i as United States Ganger, und portion family ment ,SSSS!8SaSSi!KSS&eSS3B' of Rev. G. F. Bagby. ing tho continued in tho Government employ Judge Brown and wife, who have SILVEinVAKE, &(J, &c, tr AH carriage work sold by mc warranted. up to his death. In ISO'" he .made the been visiting the family of tjieir neph0". T. QX7XXT. ,ipr.i8-tf- . . at prices lower than the lowest, Legislature in this county ew, A. Br Norwood, returned to their race for the . . Master. home in New Liberty Saturday morn- h. u. cam mack and was) defeated, after acloe content, ing. O A. f H Chief. Clerk. FOR SALE OR RENT. f. Mccarty . by Judge Jas. Harlan, now of Louis'-VillS. Hodge., who has been Mrs E. Oiveme.tcnll ami convince yourselves. very ill at her homo in Louisville Leaves Custom .House Wharf on Mondays at Will not eell at cost, hut with a small margin. M. o'clwck, P. M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. gMAM. FARM OF FIVE ACRES, WITH He was upright nndiionorablo in- all for several months, has recovered suffour rooms, NoTlci:. Parties leaving Saturdays Louisvilli ficiently to visit her daughter, Mrs. Leaves o'clock, P. on ,Wednesdays nnd rates to at 3 A uood dwell iliK of30 feet, two and n'larcencw with mc for Tcpair, may resttheir watches or Jewelry stories high, on store, rpoin, 65 by easy that they will get M slurp. Speciil his dealings, truo to his friends, and an premises, situated at Ditckcr Station, Place well them again, " N. Cruteher, in Belle Point. She is , 3111, fisherman and excursionists, business man. J. set in young fruit trees nil in hearing. A splendid active, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. PHILIP SELBERT, Jeweler, ' "" opening for a country store. For terms apply to T. li. MACKLIN, AGENT. Peace t ) his ashes. MufyjT. Page, of Oluey, Illinois. W. T. RUNVAN. ' mar.38.3m. 331 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. MAKRIBI) JUST RECEIVED A.T q-H- ?, I Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods, 111 mm m August-next- , '. SOL. HARRIS. ICE! ZOBI 23-t- d - FOB 23-3- 1 S-A-XjIE- J. , NORMS, iG-3i- CINCINNATI, -- -- i'MSii -- e. J NOTICE. - iC-i- NOT AT COST! E btjggis:s, spring wagons STOCK BLUE TSTING, HARNESS. o. t. FOR ONLY! - hard-workin- g &.? At - tUt.Amhm , m JkM i.W hw ..'.. -- : iJ&ifiHL aiiidtLuii.Jii'iJIiilu .jtt&L ..J..ui ,'..JMl....tJ. . iT.4jfcalMtL.KAtitAfcil..-tt.-- t J. anaamaHNBis fji V 3 We understand that Rustlcus ha convert CANDIDATES. cd his bone milt into a grist mill and is doing a large business. In addition to his mill he FOR ASSESSOR. has added a first class photograph and reWe are authorized to announce H. F. CAPITO Purringtoi). touching gallery and has employed Mr. But asacandiclateforAMeswrof Franklin county, subject ler, the finest artist in the United States, at a to the action of the Democratic party. Miss Susie Bnker, Shelby county, is salary of $500 a month, to help him 11m his We are authorized to announce JAMES K. the guest of her brother, Win. Baker, mill and gallery. O'HARA a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin near the K. M. I. county, subject to the action of the Democratic parAntiooh. ty. The death of Hugh Rodgers Was very much regretted by all citizens We have had fine rains and our We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD throughout this comirittnity. a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subfarmers are happy. ject to the action of the Democratic party. Mis3 '""' m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Kentucky Central Railroad. Blue Grass Nursery.. We offer this Spring a larger stock than usual of "BLIJEGRASSSROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from Fruit and Ornamental Trees, CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS GRAPE VINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! . NORTH, EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY cs establishment. Strawberry and general cata-ouii- Emma Halmhuber was the guest of Miss Annie Flynn last Sunday evening and the visit will bo returned by Miss Annie the Sunday following. Wistar McAndrow, late of Benson, who lias been visiting his cousins, Mary Johnson,started overland for home Saturday at 8 o'clock p. m. We are having a grand Sabbath school at the chapel this time; superin-tendan- t, B. S. Hughes; secretary, E. Jones, and wo wish thorn great success in the future. Miss Mary Walby. of Lexington, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hawkins. Miss Walby has numerous friends in this neighborhood and they are all delighted with her visit. At Old South Benson we also have another grand Sabbath school, William Parrent, superintendant. There will be preaching the second Sunday in June by Rev. Bro. Stephenson, pastor. Prospects are fine for corn crops in this section at present and also fine prospects for oats, but wheat is hi a dreadful condition. Time- are very hard. Business is going on here, especially with farmers and contractors. Purrington school adjourned for this session on May 29th. The teacher, Mrs. Jones, gave a very nice lunch to her pupils and they enjoyed it immensely. M rs. Jones was very much liked by all of her pupils and they will be glad to have her for teacher again Mel-vina- Born. May 30th, to Joe Bryant and h. FOR COUNTY OLEIIK. wife, a daughter, Sallie Snellon. Tom Hales tried his luck at fishing We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON E. LEXINGTON SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, stibject to and caught one that weighed 80 lbs. " of the Democratic a. m. FAST LINE BETWEEN mar.t-tf- on application to . H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. AND CINCINNATI. nd Preaching at Antioch and Pleasant Ridge week at 11 o'clock the other 51 lbs , besides others of less weight. James Glore and wife and T. Hunter dinedat Henry Spalding's last Saturday. Henry had about 10 pounds of tish the occasion. Let the teachers of Franklin county remember that the Teacher's Association will meet on the. third Saturday in June and we expect a full attendance if all come that have promised. We hope to have Col. R. D. Allen, Pres't, and R. R. Hutchinson, Vice Pres't of the S. T. A., with us on that day. Meeting to be held In the City School building at 10 a. m. The following is the prpgramme of the Franklin County Teachers' Association on Saturday, Juno 20th, 1885: 1st. Duties of public officials of the State in connection with the school Mr. William Dean caught two cat fish last week, one weighing 100 lbs., pirty. the action We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARSCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY toTH, i83s. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the TS PREPARED TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE action of the Democratic party. 1 iano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either at the residence of the pupil or at ht4 home, on Lewis We are authorized to announce GEORGE S, street, in the old Weitzcl House building. No 6, No. 4, No. 12, GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Ex. Sun Daily. L. Sun. jan.i7-t- f. County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'i- c party. We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN Lve Covington.. . . 8 10 am 8 10 p m 300pm " Falmouth.. . . 9 52 n m g 27 p in 3 32 p m as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, " Cyntliiana. . . to 58 a m 10 17 p m 4 45 p m 11 35 a ni.10 45 p m subject to the action of the Democratic party. Arr Paris 5 2c p m " Lexington. . . I2i5imlti 20 pm 6 to p in Having recently added to his Establishment - FOR COUNTY AT l'OKNEY. Lve Paris it 35 a m,io 25 p m 5 25 p m Arr Winchester. . . 12 20 p m it 00 p m' 6 10 p in First-Clas- s We are authorized to announce JAS. A. Waning 31ill " Richmond . . . 300pm! 725 pm to the office of as a candidate for " Lancaster.. . . 4 50 p in Ii now prepared to furnish all kinds of DemCounty Attorney, subject to the action of the " Rowland 5 40 p m ocratic party. Lve Richmond 3 05 p m 5S (Ii TlftftM Mlfllll Arr Berea . . . . 3 30 p m . . . . We are authorized to announce BfrN. G. WIL6 co j m " Livingston. tfWMjiMWWIj J LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject ALSO to the action of the Democratic party. INSTHUCTOR OF MUSIC! 1 South-Iiotin- SEW PLAflINU MILL. J. M. WAKEFIELD ft VIO-LET- T .... ill mm 80'6n. system W. Cromwell. 2d. Duties of teachers J. R. Fears. 3d. Essay Miss Katie Shipp. FOR J AI LEU. 4th. Difficulties of County Teachers We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON Chas. L. Quire. 5th. Select Reading Miss Mary as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic parMerna. Cth. Model lesson in fractions C. H. ty. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common School, subject to the action of the Democratic party. North-Boun- No, No. 3. No. Scroll Work, Stair. Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. Mayl5-tf- . Lve Arr Lve " " Arr Lve Arr ' Lve ' " Falmouili Arr Covingtou. " Cynthiana . Lit ingston Bcrea . Kichmond. Rowland . Lancaster Richmond. Richmond Winchester Paris. . . Lexington. Pa is. . . , . . 8 00 10 22 11 , , , 7 a . , . , . , o 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 8 15 8 50 9 53 111 it 1 a a 45 a 15 a 05 a 00 u m m m m WM. CROMWELL Attorsiey-at-Law- 25 p 3 25 p 3 18 p 2 11 a 3 sj a m 3 49 a m 4 41 30 a m 6 co 30 p p p p p m m m m m m 2 30 p ni m 3 33 P m m A 3 P m m 5 18 p m m 6 55pm , .AND Sleal Estate Ageat, will imd 7th. Lesson on compositions Miss LEY as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Cedar Bun. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lou Brock. 8th. Model lesson in notation and We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHBorn. To the wife of James Morris, on ELL as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, numeration H. Polsgrove. the 24th inst., a son, Smith. 0th. Primary Grammar Miss Sue subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mrs. Smiley, Mrs. Glanton and daughter, Miss Katie, visited the Misses Thcmiasson last Parrent. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI' MAYSVILLE North-Boun- BRANCH. No si, Daily, Lx. Sun. Daily, Ex. Sun. s 00 p m claim?, ami tho negotiation opposite Uuurt House. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and the adjoining counties, and also give rjitcial attention to the purchase sulo of rial utiite, collection of rents, of loans. Othce 25-lj- June -. Choice 5im Tuesday. Gen. Scott Brown's card, announcing his determination not to become a candidate for Telephone connection Senator, will be read regretfully by a host of iriends throughout the utstiict. FRANKFORT, That lovely bouquet which was thrown to us on our return from Frankfort last Monday, was highly appreciated on account of the ' Katie Suipp, beautiful donor. Bless the dear ones. We T. B. Ford, are powerless to resist their charms. Committee. The remains of Hugh Rodgers, who lost his life by a train running over him, were Attention, Comrades. burned at the home of, his father, Mr. Albert G. Bacon Post, G. A. R., will Hardin Rodgers, last Thursday, the 20th inst. In this sad affliction we tender our meet in the small hall in Odd Fellows' heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved parents. Temple, on Monday evening at eight We don't blame the young man if she is o'clock. A full attendance of the half as handsome as the one that gave us' Comrades is desired. that bouquet the other day. We would call it going hsning 6r anything else just so we Louisville Tobacco Market. could be close to her. Go again, Jimmie, SOLID TRAIN and may be you will have better luck. FURNISHED BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARECapt. Campbell Steele, in announcing himHOUSE. self a candidate for County Court Clerk, informs the loafers and hangers on that they Louisville, Ky., June 3, 1885. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. need not expect money or whisky 1rbm him. Sales for one week to date 2,960 hhds. v. c. HUGHES. CHAS. F. BXVM, TO Now let his competitors follow suit. Then, Sales since Jan. 1st 61,420 hhds. ) and not till then, will honesty and competenReceipts are exceedingly large this week T. J. Martin, Veterinary Surgeon! cy prevail. with correspondingly large sales. iThe mar& permanently located in OOBNEOTiNG IN SAME DEPOT WITH George Green, than whom no better man ket remains steady both for Hurley and dark Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of FASr TEA1SSF0R other Horses, lives, will make a vigorous canvass for. the grades. There has not been much improve- Office R Cattle and nilLivery domesticated animals btatle, Frankfoit, Ky C. Church's quality of tobacco. The recent Democratic nomination for County Clerk. ment in thebeen Telephone No. 80. rains have general estimate If George was as well known throughout the at least one third of theand we .has been tliat All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly crop set attended to. mar.7-iy- . THK DIRECT ROUTE TO as he is in his own district, he would county under circumstances never more favorable. Office opposite Farmer's Bank. have a walk over. While there are other We quote Danville, Norfolk, good men thatare candidates, we can assure Representing 20 Lending American and Lynchburg, nURLEY TOBACCO. people they will make no mistake by votthe AND ALL Foreign Companies. Dark Trash $4.00 to S5. 00 ing for him. Colory Trash 3.oo to 6.00 ! Miss Stinette, Miss Eppla and Miss Enlow 'Common Lugs 4.50 to 5 50 T OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH have been visiting friends and relatives in Bright Colory Lugs 6.00 to 0.00 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, For tickets iinn funhcr iufnruiatti n, apjdj to Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. this neighborhood. We will forfeit our Common Leaf (not colory) . . to 8 00 South Frankfurt 1 .will sell as a whole or in tots. your nearest ticket office, or address, premises. prophet upon the proposition, Mietl. to Good Leaf (wot col'y). 6.50 to as a S.00 W..I. U.Rn. W.E. ARNOLD, 9.50 For part culars, apply on the tim. Mccarty, Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid that at no distant day one of the above young Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.50 to 13.50 AUvertifinp Agt., Ticket Or to D. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. jan.3-iy- . ladies will be sharing the joys and sorrows ot Fine Leaf 22ft Fourth Avrnui' Louisville, Ky 13.50 to 19.00 We know when a fellow one of our citizens. H. V. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. m Gen. Pass. Agt. t General Manager, imeans business. Eczema. GARDEN FARM WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlUS SAFFELL'S Richmond, Virginia. hereabouts, in order A certain young gent Eczema is one of the ugliest and "for the to deceive or mislead some inquisitive mem. most troublesome of nil blood diseases. AND foers of the family, reported that he was going fishing, when in fact he went in an opposite It proceeds from humors in the blood direction, and immediately to the home of which are sometimes very difficult to For Ave weary years Mr his girl in Shelby county. Upon his return eradicate And all J. D. Rodefer, ofGreendalo, Vu', suf.a day or so afterward, was accosted by aforeRICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST said inquisitive persons to know what luck in fered terribly from this disease. He THE Early Vegetables, and Plains of all kind His reply was: Not a bite; bate not writes; "Finding no rjelivf in the constantly on hand and for sale at the fishing. How wicked 'these dear ones are many medicines till I us,ed Brown's good. N Joyce. lotn. .Essay Mrs. Alhe Jones. 11th. "Primary Spelling Miss Mag Innis. 12th. Relation of politics to the Common School L. F. Johnson. All teachers and friends of public educatidn are earnestly invited to attend. J. R. Fears, 7.23 a m 4 35pm We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON A LL KINDS 8 20 a m 5.25 pm DOUIJLE SCREENED as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject 8.45 a m 5 jTx for family use. Prompt Delivery, Full . a m 6.13 pm to the action of the Democratic party. 9.03 Weight, lioltnm Prices. . 9 49 a m 7.05 p m Wc are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Arr. Majsville, . 10 30 a m 7 50 p m No. 36. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Nc. 52, to the action of the Democratic party. South-PounDaily, Djily. . Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOKY- as a candidate for Jailer of. Franklin county, Lve.Maysville . Dec.8-- f 5 45 a m i.oop m subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Johnson 6.30 a m i.42p m Carlisle. . . 7.21 a in j 29 pm We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WA- Lve. Millersburg Lve. 7 43 a m 2.50P m Dhio TERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Arr. Paris. . . . 8.10 a m 3.15pm Chesapeake Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a m (i.iop m subject tn toe action of the Democratic party. Arr. Covington '. it.30 a m 6.00pm I hereby announce myself a candidate for KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 arc daily between Vln to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, cheater, Lexington and Covington; other trains are subject to the action of the Democratic party. daily except Sunday. DAN. SHEEHAN. Train No. t tuns via Lexington and Pari", and not WASHINGTON PHILfiDELPKIA. & NEW YOfiK. via Winchester and Paris. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. Direct connections are made at Winchester with MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, ONLY LI RUNNING PULLMAN riuntuiRtnn, maneston, w . v.i., ana eastern unci Democratic paity. subject to the action of the Fast Line Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. NE SLEEPING CARS announce ROBT. STONE Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between We are authorized to as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and FOR Washington, D. C. to the action of the Democratic party ' 'through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any A We are authoriied to announce NOAH GOINS as destination reached by u'railrcad. S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, a candidate for Jailer of Franklin comity, subject to FROM Div. Pass'r Act., Trav. Pass'r Act.. the action of the Democratic party. Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Lve. Covington Lve Lexington . Lve. Piri. Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle". . Arr. Johnson . Coal Cheap. . . . CEO. MAO&LXIT, ui Mm;, . aTOTIOB. Attontty-at-La-o- HUGHIiS EXUM WASHINGTON CITY, Genera! Insurance Agents, NEW ?OBE, v FOR8ALE. House and Lot. .m m . n Over $100,000,000 Assets rep-lutati- on viHinui Agt-ut- . D4.IBYI NOTICE. Saturday, April LIVER FUANKLIM POUNDHY, ALLISON 4 SMITH. Bilious Complaints TUTTS SYMPTOMS Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the from the uso of which I obtained wagon, or telephoned to the STONBY GREEK. entire reliof. I recommend it driver of my delivery will receive prompt attention. Saffell residence, and to every one in my neighborhood f r may C. W. SAFFELL. Some of our citizens have set out some any disorder ot tiio blood and as a t tobacco. a general tonic. ost sometimes. Iron Bitters, I purchased three bottles; LOWEST PRICES! TYPE 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. PILLS 0 A Tka Or tott Medical Trlmmft of tta Age! 25 YEARS IN USE V. R. F. Brawner bought a colt from Mat. Duvall last Monday. Our farmers complain 61 their corn not coming up 'good 'this spring. Nanoleon B. Smith, candidate for, county clerk, was out last Sunday. He will sWeep every thing clear as he goes. Mrs. M. B. Steger and sister, Miss Alice 'Brawner, visited Mrs. John Smith, the mother of Hon. J. J. Smith, last Tuesday Miss Delia Brawner, Robert Smith, Mrr. M. B. and Curtis Stege, visited Mrs. Cordia Rodgers, op Lebanon Ridge, last Sunday. , J. W. .Steger and J, J, Smith, who hayei thad their picture gallery located at 'Hauey's Mil for the past two weeks, have removed to .Alton, Anderson, county, , where they will sport while. . To the Voters ?: A Sard of Franklin County: Franklin County Court, TN'ORDERTO nth, 1885. ) J The type on which this paper Is printed is from Ue above foundry. KniTon Hou.vnAiioiiT. I nm a candidate for J. indebtedness of ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING the county, the county iudge gives clerk of the Franklin County Court at the notice by advertisement to those holdi g claims enfeuing August ele'otidn. A nativo of your agai'ist the county to picsent the same to the county be with county 'for sixty odd years, I hnvo been clerk within the next sixty da s, to shall credited each record a view to payment, (and ne clerk identified with its people, and I have tried claim, the, amount and date ofissual, and the holder 'during all.th'ese year's (o faithfully perfoim of the same. failing, to preAllliersons every duty aft a good citizen. In politics I sent the samp holding such, claims and the next sixty ai so prescribed, within am. a 'Democrat, and stood truo to my faith days,lntorct.uport the same shall cease at the of said Sixty days 011 claims not presented, all through the war and ever since. If I R. A. THOMSON, County Judge. should bo elected, I pledge myself to merit f 'April 18 60 days. the confidence nud, esteem .of (he people by a faithful disobargjb of the duties 'of the office. Havintr neither tho. means nor the inclinatldn to degride taystlf or 'the Voters. WAVfe'THREE'OR FOUR BUILDING LOTS by, resorting to the use of money or whisky, FeltjO.w-cj.tizenir- DR. J. S. COLLINS, Met 3DB3STTIST. ii'rrttt'i Mala Stratt, over lay FranMart, Keatacky. News Depot, Sept. acfiy, liQMof appetite, DoweUcetlvet PaU la the head, with a dall aeBMttoB la tafe hack art, Fala aaaar ta aal4er blade, Fullneia after cattny, with aai tacllaatloa ta exertioaef haay cmla, XrrltahllUr of temper, L,ew eirltB, with a feeling of havlacneKtcctfea' atadatr Weariness, Dlazlaeaa Flattering- - at the Heart. Data before the erea. Hea4aeaa are the right eye, Keetleaaaeaa, with tfal dreaaia, Highly colored Urlae aa CONSTIPATION. . TOOT'S W1X are apeotally adapt avion, caies, one doaa effeota auoa a to change offeoUnfM to patoniattthe aofferar. tool iaeairoBtravaatauanuir uc5d. Price 1 TORPID LIVER. PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS in Franklin and adjoining counties, and Office for laUj.whiRh.wpujd makevcry good I shall depend ontirely upon the people to welllnm. near where I iiowresidc. about ten sites for Court of, Appeals..Mansion in the same room153with ii. Hoise blocW, minutes W.'Craddock, In Main vote for me uninfluenced by, such wean. Ky. Collections solicited, and street, Frankfort,, Jwalk from the State House. OAMPB&A STEELE. ap. 18.3m. prompt ttttention'Ktveti tothem. MICHAEL BUTTIMER. R. . mar.34f. FOR. SALE. I0BFH WILL It. WMAUS w. rVdnraUAT- -? nn Nw York. ftbtoimey-cbt-ljcb-- fiHAT or WaiiKaaa ahaaaed to a Glosst Black by a single applloatloa Of this Drr. ItlmpamaMtaraXeoloT.aete laitantaneooaly. Bold by Droggiata, or 'eat by xpreea a reoeSttof flT Ofllco, 44 Murray St., .!"' f ft. ' 4 E O h- -j ' ' ' ' ' ' I? "i.u BSMMlV&mUWLlJllVlW3WJJJAWlti&Xl.MHBiVn.2XJtI. ' rxmTtmBaaaagBisemtmBB 'I i O erf-- c fcimnhiiiil L. w to SO-CCD ea- - r n 3 P P SI E? 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Another teacher in the Public .School married. m An excursion party of thirty ladies and gentlemen, from Louisville, came up on the Blue Wing Thursday niglit. ' o T. Waters is making a Mr. John lively race for Jailer and says the man 1 . Mr. John. W. Payne has sold out his 100 largo size linon towels at $1.75 dry p:oods store in South Frankfort to per doz. Weitzel & O'Donnoll. Mr. Chns. R. Grcshnm. Fine line of gents' furnishing goods The strawberry festival given at the at Alstrom & Co's. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 0F- Court House Tuesday night by the laIf you want a good juicy steak, sweet dies of the First Presbyterian Church 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack was a complete success, tho gross re store, No 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. ceipts amounting to $207. site Dr. Duvall's residence. - .... .... mw .i Call and Rev. W. L. MeEwnn, having grad and vete, see the flue Seersucker coats in all colors and sizes at uated from tho Theological Seminary Alstrom it Co's. Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns at Princeton, New Jersey, has acceptTho smallest alarm clock in the to take charge of the Church ed a call world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. at Wilmington, Delaware. o AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE It is to be hoped that the County Found. An improved padlock key. Court will not reject all bids for put- Call at this office. ting up a new bell in the Court House Fine lustre coats, suitable for sum- TWIN-BURNE- R GASOLINE when they are opened on the loth, for mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom the voice of the old one seems to grow dtCo. Warranted to be and Superior to any weaker daily. Paper bags at reduced prices for in the Market. The United States Court will meet casn at u. n. Aiarsnairs WATER COOLERS in this city on Monday, and will try no Fine line of gents' furnishing good-a- t caes except those where parties wish -- AND Alstrom & Co's to enter tho pleas of guilty. The civil ' Fine luster coats, suitable for sumdocket will be called and eases disposFREEZERS ! mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom ed of. IEj Sal-yer- PO"WE JTv S T OV E S STOVE Non-Explosi- I I ,,, , '. Buy you a spring lint from L. B. FRANKFORT. KY. Marshall. Mrs. Ada A. Gaines, wife of Capt. Fine line of gents' furnishing goods Sam. M. Gaines, Deputy Clerk of the at Alstrom & Cs's. Court of Appeals, died at the residence of her husband, on the Owenton pike, A Genuine Mexican Hammock The morning accommodation train yesterday morning. Tho funeral will for $1.00 at L.B. Marshall's. -leaves hero now at G:tf3 a. m., standard take place this morning at 9 o'clock DEALEtt lN- time (Ave minutes of six city time) from the family residence. Canopy top satin parasol in all instead of six o'clock, as heretofore, shades at SI. SO at Robt. Johnson, colored, better known and the morning train from Louisville Weitzel & O'Donnell's. arrives here at 10:0o, standard time, as Bob Ayres, who for a number of Farmers having real irood butcher years ran a blacksmith shop at the foot stuff on hand, and leaves at 10:10. which they wish to sell, of Taylors Hill, near the junction of will receive the highest market prices Enameled" Ware, Mr. Thos. Hunter, a common .school Second street with the Boulevard, by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main teacher of iifteen years experience, is while shoeing a restless horae on Mon- street. fM-tHeadquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special! announced in this issue as a candidate day, was thrown about in such a manCheap John is selling goods at bank attention, paid to for County Superintendent of Common ner as to receive so serious internal prices, in Odd Fellows building. Schools. Knowing as well as a man If injuries as to cause his death Thursday can the needs of the schools and school morning. Foil Rknt. A large btable, well teachers, he certainly will make a good for a livery, training or We were in error last week, in our located officer. sale stable. Apply to John T. notice of the death of young Hugh Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give mc acall. There are now but three Storekeep- Rodgers, of this county, in saying that Waters. ers and three Gaugers from this county his family did not know where lie TL in the Government service, and theie was. Our information was obtained Saint Clair Street. Frankfort, Ky. are over a hundred applications for the from a neighbor of the family and we ME one or two supposed it was correct. It seems that ALL PERSONS INOHHTCD TO please TOR and position of Storekeeper and of the yr.ir i,84 will call settle bsforc tt cash c in t sa paid a good note forjGauger, from this county, under the young man had been employed as and trouble. the the of July .ind be e themselves cost If the new Collector, who goes into office a section hand on the railroad, under will be acccptc Il in settlement, but I must have them settled tiou , as am out of the coal business and have on Monday. his brother, had been at home a few to devote my time to other things. S. I1LACK. Junc5th, i. days before, and left with the intention Judge L. 'W. MeKce, of Anderson, of going to 3ST3T-- , work on the Short-Lin- e vas endorsed by the Democracy of Road. It is supposed that he had Mil X V FA C T V II. E It S' AGENTS FOR this county on Monday as their candi- - fainted and fallen on the track at the dale for Senator from this distric'. time he was run over. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper? Piano Harvester and. J- Tile Judge is a clever gentleman and WOULD Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En- - ' RESPECTFULLY certainly cannot make a poorer out of Call and see the line Seersucker coats T customers that I Ikivc reonened INFORM MY I invme.it stnre nn gincs, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Kroadway, and will keep constantly on hand a full representing us in the Semite than the and vests, in all colors and sizes, at stock, of gentleman who drew the per diem Alstrom & Co's. last muniiuc wurKs, mu iiumiuy engines ana inrcsners; SOUTHDOWN SPRING LAMB, f Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kclamazoo mileage for performing that se,- Call and sen the line Seernucker coats and STALL FEO BEE- F,and vests, in all colors and sizes, at Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe- - ' vit'e. FRESH PORK,m Alstrom it Co's rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider HWW Hvl IVR. Tuesday afternoon the foundation of Received Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler 20 doz jerseys, in all Give me a call. All orders will receive pompt the large hop tank at the Spring Hill styles, this day. attention. Works; Columbus Steam may.jo-im- . Distillery gave way, when tho tank Weitzol & O'Donnell. nUUCKWMBT. ' ' Pumps ; fell and rolled .into tho river, carrying Rest nickel time pieces only $1.00, at STRAYED Oil STOLEN. everything before it. Tho pumps wore Philip Selbert's the jeweler. KC--- ir I'ZESOIMI-A.- S ze3.a.:es::eis: m so badly damaged that a stoppage of ) if, A new just rePREMISES necessary until mid- ceived at supply of line clocks jeweler. TJROM1HK from ?rankfort, OF A; GlJEFFERS. .Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock an'tl the distillery was Philip Selbert's, the JL on the Versailles pile, to miles ' ' n Large Red Heifer, with white fate, and horns Removing Stumps, night, when tho damage was repaired drooped can sell you a largo, all silk paid toward the eyes,or A liberal reward will be We sufficiently to start up again and finish parasol at $2.50. for her return to us for such '.information as All of die above we claim nre thc.best in the market. We keep them in stock, anil take ' ' will enable us to get her. ,' tho day'd run. , Weitzel & O'Donnell. NOEL' & JEFEERS, pleasure in show. rig th:m to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. juti $G. f Col. D. L Sublett has purchased from Dr. Sam. James, as agent for Lieutenant C C. Todd, the cottage on Ewing, street at present occupied by Capt II. B. Cammack, for js!,(H)0. Rev. T. J. Stevenson will preach at at South Benson Church 11 o'clock. Also preaching the .second Saturday and Sunday, which will be the regular June meeting days. All are cordially invited. &Co. M Messrs. James Thurman and Lawrence Gordon, of this county, sold their tobacco crops at the Ninth Street Houe, Louisville, on Saturday, May 30th, and realized the following hand some prices: White Burley, $17.7o; Fine Red Second, $13.2o; trash, $8 and a specialty. Fon Ri:xt. A cottage of four rooms, well located in South Frank- lW Tin roofing and IN THE jib wcik &Co. fort. For terms apply at this office. Fine lustre coats, suitable for summer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom T I K neatly and promptly executed. LINE JOHN T. BUCKLEY, IS Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron T O "V E & f. -- Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing!: TOECHSr COAL NOTICE. 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